Archibald Frisby has 66 ratings and 17 reviews. Kilee said: Summary: This book is about a little boy named Archibald. He is consumed with learning about. Archibald Frisby’s fascination with science leads his mother to send him away to camp where she hopes he will learn to have fun. Archibald Frisby, mad about science and wise beyond his years, is sent to camp to have fun and ends up broadening the horizons of his fellow campers.
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In the end his mother could not believe that he was the same boy with all of his toys. He asked questions about everything and spent most of his time looking around and observing the world around him. To fgisby what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Edit Details Release Date: Archibald Frisby, mad about science and wise beyond his years, is sent to camp to have fun and ends up broadening the horizons of his fellow campers.
But Archibald keeps on keeping on with his fascinated self, and that’s a gr Cute.
Dec 28, Joolissa rated it liked it Shelves: The pictures are interesting and exciting to look at! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
This is the Story of Archibald Frisby: Who Was as Crazy for Science as Any Kid Could Be
Want to Read saving…. Return to Book Page. I’m not sure who arhcibald target audience is for this book other than the younger mensa crowd.
That’s all he has on his arvhibald. Audible Download Audio Books. However, I dislike that the mother appears unsupportive of his STEM interests and the book seems like it can’t quite decide whether it is supportive of STEM fields or not. At camp he grew into a great student, learner, and friend.
The illustrations, rhyming though occasionally arxhibald bit clunkyand main character are This story follows a little boy who is absolutely obsessed with STEM field subjects and would rather read algebra and other texts than play sports.
The illustrations, rhyming though occasionally a bit clunkyarchbald main character are quite cute and the things he gets up to at camp are entertaining. If I frisbj this in my class I would read it to introduce the idea of observing things in science or in the outside world. Mar 13, babyhippoface rated it liked it Shelves: His mother is “horrified” by his obsession and thinks he needs to have fun and sends him to summer camp. Archibald has fun, but it’s because he sees the science in every activity.
The book shows different observations Archibald makes, the things he watches happen around him, and more. Then, I would go into an vrisby involving observations. LeVar gets in his share of scientific method while at an amusement park.
Christina rated it it was amazing Sep 15, This is an older book, but it would certainly appeal to kids now!
A very fun story of a boy who is engrossed in science. Sep 06, Theresa rated it it was amazing Shelves: So she decides to pack him off to summer camp, hoping he’ll have a little fun and get away from science for a while.
Jun 09, Alisha added it Shelves: Along the way, we learn how different kinds of Along the way, we learn how different kinds of scientists find answers to their own questions. Refresh and try again. Linnea rated it really liked it Dec 01, Thanks for telling us about the problem. I really appreciated that the science was real; the illustrations pull you into physics and astronomy although what happened to Mercury?
A scientific and mathematical book that circles around a boy named Archibald whose mother just can’t get over how, for a lack of a better term, dorky her son is.
Open Preview See a Problem? The rhymes made it even more fun as the tempo began to make itself clear and the rhythm began to come to life. Arnold Stang reads the featured tale about a young boy, obsessed with science and mathematics, whose mother sends him to summer camp to help him improve his social skills, but his scientific knowledge helps him learn even more, and makes him into a camp hero when he figures out how to win the softball game by calculating trajectories.
Eli Johnson rated it it was amazing Jun 07, A wonderful moral lesson on how to be yourself despite the pressure from others as well as educational too.